Giovanna Taylor, MHA
Allied Health Workforce Programs, St. Petersburg College

Giovanna Taylor received her Master’s degree in Health Services Administration from Florida International University and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Higher Education Leadership and Innovation at St. Thomas University. She currently holds the position of Program Director of Allied Health Workforce Programs at St. Petersburg College-Workforce Institute, in St. Petersburg & Clearwater, Florida. In addition, she is an adjunct professor in Health Services teaching Inter-professional Team-based Health Care at St. Petersburg College. In addition to her work in academia, Giovanna has worked as a consultant for multiple nonprofit service organizations, providing expertise in program, staff, policy and organizational development.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Nationally, Community and Technical College health workforce programs produce a wide variety of health professionals who are essential to patient care and team functioning. This Conversation Café will dive into the key role these programs play in the systems of preparing our health professionals. How engaged are our large academic institutions with their local community colleges? What resources are in place to provide support to building the partnerships across the academic community? What models are in place that support IPEC curriculum and program development for community…
This interactive session includes a panel of speakers covering emerging state and national initiatives, projects, data, and the partnerships forming to achieve practice transformation. The presenters will highlight the work of Healthier Washington and specifically share the work of the practice transformation efforts of a regional accountable community of health. Facilitators will engage the audience in a discussion regarding the community, regional and statewide activities impacting health workforce and the efforts to align with the priorities of industry and community.Participants will…